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Edition Metal Stamp Diameter Weight Mintage BU Unc XF VF FF
2010 MW Ag 925 Proof ↑↑ ø 40 mm 28.28 g 9 000 - - - - -
↓ Obverse ↓
Obverse Platypus 1 Dolar 2010
Reverse Platypus 1 Dolar 2010
↑ Reverse ↑
Issuer Reserve Bank of New Zealand
Coin type Collector's
Shape Rectangle
Denomination & currency 1 Dolar
1.00 NZD
Design Dobrochna Surajewska
Edition details
Year of the edition 2010
Year on Coin 2010
Edition date 2010-12-??
Edition price -
Mint Mennica Polska SA (Warszawa)
Privy mark MW
Mintage 9 000
Physical characteristics
Stamp Proof
Medal alignment
Metal Silver (Ag 925)
Diameter ø 40 mm
Weight 28.28 g
Border Plain
Rim Upset
Additional decorations Pad / raster printing
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Sample graph - Fryderyk Chopin, 50 Złotych, 1972
The Incredible Platypus Eminent English zoologists at the end of the eighteenth century studied carefully the first platypus specimens, convinced that it must be a hoax, the work of skillful Chinese taxidermists. There were other curiosities already known from Australia, but in the platypus too many things were just impossible. Firstly, it is a furry animal, like our dogs and cats, yet it has a duck’s toothless bill instead of a muzzle, and forages for food in water, much like a duck. Secondly, it nurses its young - feeds them with milk - just like cats and dogs do but these young hatch from eggs, laid and incubated by the mother. Thirdly, it is the only truly venomous mammal, that is, one which has a separate venom gland and a spur to deliver the venom. Male platypuses bear such a weapon on their hind feet. The sting is extremely painful, and to a small animal, such as a dog, it may be lethal. The twentieth century found still more. While hunting underwater, the platypus closes its eyes, ears and nostrils. It is also the only mammal which uses an electric sense: the microscopic receptors in the skin of its bill sense the electric currents produced by moving muscles of worms, shrimps and other prey (the same kind of currents that, when made by the muscles of our hearts, are registered in an electrocardiogram). And now we know its genome sequence, which was published on May 8, 2008, and is being searched for even more incredible features. Prof. Tomasz Umiński, University of Warsaw
In the central part of the coin - the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Below it - the inscriptions: ELIZABETH II and 2010 (issue year). Between them - the mint’s mark (m/w). In the background - images of plants and animal’s tracks. At the bottom, along the rim - an inscription: 1 DOLLAR (face value). On the left side, along the rim - an inscription: NIUE ISLAND (name of issuer).
In the central part of the coin, in the background of an image of waterside with plants growing on it - an image of Platypus. Above it - an image of a fern leaf hanging down. At the bottom, along the rim - an inscription: Ornithorhynchus anatinus (Latin name of Platypus). Send an email
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